Valentine’s Day is a special holiday in our home. My husband told me he loved me for the first time on Valentine’s Day 14 years ago. We love to remember that special day, and I also love this holiday because it brings the opportunity to show love to the little people in our home as well. I have been looking forward to adding little touches of Valentine’s throughout our home to make it feel more cozy and festive. I have some elegant decor, some kid-friendly decor, but overall it’s pretty simple and so easy to replicate.
Keep reading for my Valentine’s Day Home Decor!
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VALENTINE’S DAY HOME DECOR: DINING ROOM
Let’s take a look at the dining room first because it has to be my favorite! I used my white and gold china and charger plates to set the stage, and I couldn’t be more in love with my new “Love” plates. I found them and bought all they had, but you can still purchase them online and get them in before the holiday!
I used a piece of velvet fabric as a table runner and I have a fun little plan for this table runner. Be sure to check back later this week as I will be sharing a DIY project that I think will be a fabulous addition to this tablescape. For the centerpiece, I use a white urn with an arrangement of fresh pink roses. I love how the colors really pop with the white tablecloth and pink accents.
VALENTINE’S DAY HOME DECOR: LIVING ROOM
If you’ve seen my living room reveal, you know my living room already has blush pink accent colors, so I added some fresh white hydrangeas, and fresh pink flowers around the room to give it a little more hint of pink for my Valentine’s home decor. I also added this pink pom pom garland that has just a touch of glam to it.
VALENTINE’S DAY HOME DECOR: KITCHEN
In the kitchen, I used the same pom pom garland to decorate my hood, and on the bar, I’ve displayed the kids’ favorite candy in apothecary jars, along with a pink candle. I love this new heart-shaped platter (I have the bowl too) that is perfect for fun holiday treats.
On the adjacent bar, I placed a simple wooden conversation heart as well as a gold XOXO sign. In my breakfast nook, I have two white vases with pink faux cherry blossom stems. I love that just a few decorative touches can go a long way to creating a festive space!
We have a little nook under the stairs that separates the kitchen and dining room. We use this space as a coffee bar, and I love adding Valentine’s home decor in this little space. I currently have it set up for a hot chocolate station since it’s still cold here. I displayed my pink festive mugs on a marble tiered stand, along with a sweet little heart shaped bowl that I can use for marshmallows.
VALENTINE’S DAY HOME DECOR: MASTER BEDROOM
My master bedroom already had a few touches of blush pink, but I added a few Valentine’s home decor touches as well. I added a few pink throw pillows, one with gold hearts and pearl detail. I also added a pink vase to fill with fresh flowers and a pink candle.
I hope you enjoyed my Valentine’s Day Home Decor and that this will give you some fun ideas to implement in your home. Be sure to check in later this week to see the fun DIY I have planned for the dining room table.
Loving this Valentine’s Day home decor and looking for more Valentine’s inspiration? Here is Valentine’s Breakfast for Kids, a Valentine’s Tablescape, and 14 Valentine’s Day Crafts.